Dezeen Debate features "a peaceful place to live a peaceful life"

Bury Gate Farm house by Sandy Rendel Architects

The latest edition of our Dezeen Debate newsletter features a family home in the South Downs National Park by Sandel Rendel Architects. Subscribe to Dezeen Debate now.

The five-bedroom home was built on the site of a 1950s bungalow situated on a gently sloping terrain on the outskirts of Pulborough.

Readers analysed the home, with one characterising it as “a peaceful place to live a peaceful life.” Another, concurring, lauded the studio for its “dignified and thoughtful design.

The Boring Phone launched at Milan Design WeekThe Boring Phone launched at Milan Design Week
Heineken and Bodega unveil nostalgic Boring Phone for Gen Z and Millennials

Other stories in this week’s newsletter that fired up the comments section include Heineken and Bodega’s release of The Boring Phone, Renzo Piano Building Workshop’s concept for a cultural centre and film director David Lynch’s installation at Salone del Mobile during Milan design week.

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